Chabrias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian general, 4th century B.C.
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hicrates took it over and then Chabrias. It was by using
influence on account of Chabrias and Timotheus, the Athen
baggage. CHABRIAS. Chabrias said, they were the best comma
their shields. & Chabrias, having slain a few Thebans
he thought himself or Chabrias or Iphicrates the better
youth he served under Chabrias, then commander of the
anx to the attack. Chabrias, general of the Athenians, and
danger. & When Chabrias was besieging him at Drys, and
made a safe retreat.  & Chabrias. To stop his men
prisoners. 10 & Chabrias landed ten of the strongest
Str_1.4'14] 11 & When Chabrias was about to fight a nav
Polyaen_* 03.11.2-9 *
as themselves. & Chabrias won a naval victory at Naxos,
- Athenian archon, 415 B.C.
tropos was produced when Chabrias was archon [415/4], as
- one of the Jews who translated the bible into Greek, 3rd century B.C.
han, Abraeus, Elisha, Ananias, Chabrias.... Of the fifth
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